Looking for stylish chairs for the home? Sue Ryder’s Online shop has some brand new and exclusive products, adding a touch of elegance to your home. In line with the latest interior trends, Sue Ryder’s Online Shop has launched a range of stylish chairs. With the aim of giving you a luxurious look for less!
Most people know Sue Ryder for the fantastic work they do and because of their high street stores. However, not many know about their fabulous Online Shop which is a gem for brand new and most importantly, affordable homewares. Most importantly, 100% of the profits are donated to help provide person-centred hospice and neurological care.
Besides offering express delivery and safe and secure payments, Sue Ryder’s dedicated online shop offers free delivery over £50, a 30-day money back guarantee and a dedicated Customer Services Team.
Velvet Button Back Tub Chair – Purple/Grey
Obviously, the first product that jumped out at me was the Purple Velvet Button Back Tub Chair for £99.99. This chair would look great in any living room or bedroom and also comes in Grey which is my second favourite colour! The velvet gives off a luxurious, unique, vibrant feel.
A pretty pink chenille vanity stool with black legs
Velvet Oyster Occasional Chair Collection
Another stunning chair is this Velvet Oyster Occasional Chair for £79.99. A touch of luxury, style and sophistication along with much-needed comfort, these chairs are available in 4 colours. These stylish chairs with a scallop fluted back are the perfect addition to any room in the home. Available in Purple, Pink, Navy & Grey, there’s a chair for any colour scheme too.
Not only can you add a touch of elegance and character to any room of your home at a reasonable price with homewares from the Sue Ryder Online Shop, but you also support those in need from the donations. Founded in 1953, Sue Ryder is a national health and social care charity providing compassionate hospice and neurological care across the UK.
Sue Ryder provides care across 7 hospices; 5 neurological care centres; community-based services and in people’s own homes.
They offer a range of personalised care, advice, education and support services in local communities to help improve the lives of individuals. These services include support for carers and families – with conditions such as cancer; heart failure; respiratory failure; dementia; acquired brain injury; multiple sclerosis; Huntington’s disease; Parkinson’s disease and Motor Neurone disease.